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Bloom by Marilyn Grey
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it was amazing
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Sometimes life hands you lemons, and everyone around you expects you to make lemonade, well sometimes you can't and a lemon is just that, a sour, bitter fruit that is only good when accompanied by something that will make it sweeter and refreshing. That remind me of this book, Sarah hasn't had a very good run, and even though I've wanted to read the book from her point of view since where love finds you, I new it would be an upsetting read. She's had lots of obstacles thrown at her, and understandably, she wants to wave the white flag and say' world, I've had enough, I'm finished now'. However, through the devastatingly beautiful book, she learns she has friends who can push her when she's low and hold her when she's had enough. They can also smile with her when her body, and heart start to heal. I don't want to give anything away but I loved this story. It's beautiful and inspiring in a way that no one writes like anymore. Marilyn grey is a rarity and I thank her for that. She inspires without pushing views onto people that may not be wanted. I love this story, and I know you will too. 'Don't think about tomorrow, just go to sleep tonight and think about seeing your friend tomorrow, and nothing else' until next time xx
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Reading Progress

March 8, 2014 – Shelved
April 11, 2014 – Started Reading
April 12, 2014 – Finished Reading

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